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Business network XING has revamped its iPhone and BlackBerry apps available for free download, with a number of new features such as the Mobile Handshake, where business professionals can meet up and add one another as a XING contact.
Experts at security testing specialist NGS Secure, a NCC Group company, have warned users of location-based social networking applications such as Foursquare, and the recently launched Facebook Places, that fraudsters can use their location updates to engineer theft.
The most downloaded mobile apps by sector in the UK, among those who reported downloading an app during August 2010.
Thetrainine has launched a free app that lets users buy tickets via their mobiles to collect at the station.
Consumer smartphone adoption has been a major driver in a resurgent European mobile gambling sector, with user numbers expected to rise by more than 60% in 2010, a new report from Juniper Research has found.
A social media campaign being run by Code Computerlove on behalf of domestic violence charity Refuge and Avon, the company for women, gained a massive boost after a number of high profile celebrities tweeted their support.
Apple has launched its much aniticipated TV device in the UK this week, letting users stream films from its online store direct to their TV sets.
Some of the most popular apps written for Google’s Android phones do not tell users what is done with data they gather, according to a new study.
The market for mobile phone-based authentication products and services will grow significantly over the next four years and could become the de-facto standard for securing cloud-based services such as Google Apps, according to an analyst report from Goode Intelligence.